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Grand Egyptian Museum symbol of Japan cooperation

Grand Egyptian Museum symbol of Japan cooperation

JERUSALEM: Palestinian and US leaders blamed each other for a surge of violence, as mourners gathered in the occupied West Bank for the funeral of a Palestinian police officer shot dead during unrest, and Israel tightened security ahead of Friday Muslim prayers. Tensions were high a day after two Palestinians ...

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Fast Fashion’s Environmental Impact by Cintra Wilson

Fast Fashion's Environmental Impact by Cintra Wilson

Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion—and the Future of Clothes An installation made from clothes found in the abandoned Tak Fak garment factory in Cambodia, representing the more than seven hundred gallons of water required to grow the cotton for one T-shirt; from ‘Clothing the Loop,’ by Von Wong and ...

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Where Will 2020 Take You?

Where Will 2020 Take You?

City or coast? Culture capital or cowboy outpost? Progressive destination or old favorite? Browse our annual guide, compiled from recommendations by The Star Travel team and a few far-flung readers, to get inspired. Then, start packing.     1. Eleuthera, Bahamas Helping an island recover after a devastating hurricane is only one reason to ...

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The Big Review: Kent Monkman at the Met

The Big Review: Kent Monkman at the Met

Can any museum space in the world rival the sublimity of the Great Hall of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, its soaring vaults emulating the Baths of Caracalla in Rome? Amid the throng of visitors there rise two colossal statues, representing ancient Egypt and Hellenistic Greece—stone gatekeepers portending the magisterial ...

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Find an escape this winter with Getaway at the Greenhouse

If you are missing the sweet tropical weather of summertime, you’re definitely not alone. Sometimes, you just want to feel like there is a place to escape, especially during the winter months. That can be hard if you don’t have a vacation on the horizon, but there is hope in ...

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